LAIR OF THE LION CHRISTINE FEEHAN PDF

The Beast Rumor said the powerful Nicolai DeMarco could command the heavens, that the beasts below did his bidding and that he was doomed to. Lair of the Lion is a paranormal/romance written by American author Christine Feehan. Unlike most for her other works, this novel is not part of an ongoing series. Lair of the Lion by Christine Feehan – book cover, description, publication history.

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She couldn’t say no to the her I’ve read this book 5 years ago and gave it 5 stars. She has heard a lot of rumors about the H and his land, but nothing prepares her for the horrifying realit A beauty and the beast tale set in the Italian mountainside and an indeterminate era, with the expected gothic, PNR and fantasy elements. Books of the Week. Urgg, he’s too much. There are many, many secrets here, all so deliciously wicked.

Plus, can anyone tell me why although all the women in the male lead’s holding are supposed to be too afraid of him and the ‘beast’ within him to even look him in the eyes, left alone going anywhere near him; but somehow this ‘fearsome’ male lead still manages to know all the right things to do to pleasure a lady when he first ‘gets it on’ with the heroine? This is a different kind of book than I am used to from Christine Feehan and that is a good thing.

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But it has to be said she takes everything in her stride and is barely bothered by the mightily strange events that unfold. Initially I was hooked by the setup of the story, despite what I thought was an abundance of overly flowerly descriptive prose, a tendency towards the melodramatic and an annoying smattering of Italian words.

The Catello or Castle – see I’m learning new Italian words: I hope you guys all like and appreciate the gorgeous models I’ve chosen. It was a fortress, nothing less. I was excited to begin this book for my local romance readers group because I’d heard many positive things about author Christine Feehan and the book appeared to be a new twist on the beauty and the beast theme one of my personal favorites.

She wouldn’t turn back. She could almost hear the servant’s heart thudding loudly in tune to her own.

Lair of the Lion

Feehan wrote a historical that was set in Italy, not the usual UK setting. She inhaled deeply, grateful for the cup of tea the servant-woman pressed into her trembling hand.

Feehan’s writing style is perfectly suited for gothic novels. The fog stayed in place, anchored despite the ferocious wind ripping at her. I’ll bring you as much happiness as I can give you. Christine Feehan is well known for her paranormal romance novels, but this book isn’t part of any of her series.

Books by Christine Feehan. Whatever it was cjristine her just as surely as she recognized it. Her hand tightened around Isabella’s and this time there was no doubt she was being protective.

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Lair of the Lion by Christine Feehan – FictionDB

Return to Book Page. The love story is also weakened by the lack of character development. Add a few twists, and I would say that it is virtually identical to the Scarletti Curse.

The bargain Isabella made was to trade her life for her brother’s, and when the don demanded she become his bride Isabella clamped down hard on her wayward imagination. She had never seen one, but she certainly had heard of the legendary lions that were reputed to have torn countless Christians to pieces for the entertainment of Romans.

LAIR OF THE LION

Her body didn’t want to cooperate. My time is running out. Lair of the Lion is the first historical I’ve read by Christine Feehan. A must read for Christine Feehan fans … Show more Show less.

Sounds penetrated her strange dreams. What a strong heroine she is. At once the terrible oily thickness that had permeated the air of the palazzo seemed to be gone. Some said he could command the very heavens, that the beasts did his bidding.